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Photos from the Books In Browsers 2011 conference at Internet Archive October 27-28, 2011.
Books In Browsers 2011 Schedule:

Thursday
Introduction and Welcome. Kat Meyer (O’Reilly Media), Peter Brantley (Internet Archive)
Morning session 1
EPUB — out of the box. Bill McCoy (IDPF).
Elegantly On- and Offline. Blaine Cook (Osmosoft), Maureen Evans (Spezzato).

Morning session 2
The Network is Overrated. Eric Hellman (Gluejar).
The Ebook’s Ambit. Joseph Pearson (Inventive Labs).

Morning session 3
Books in Browsers, 1994-2004. Michael Jensen (NAS).
The Future Now: The Social Book. Bob Stein (SocialBook).

Afternoon session 1
Electric Incunabula: progressive interactive book design. Corey Pressman
(Exprima Media).
Beautiful Books. Craig Mod (Flipboard).
The Infinite Canvas. Peter Meyers (Author).

Afternoon session 2
Bookmarks: reports. Todd Carpenter (NISO), Rob Sanderson (LANL), James Bridle (Booktwo), ++.
OPDS v1.1+. Hadrien Gardeur (Feedbooks).

Afternoon session 3
First Draft of the Revolution: discoverable narratives in digital works. Liza Daly (Threepress).
Arcade: A case study in digital publishing. Roland Greene, Marissa Gemma (Stanford Univ.).
Lagniappe
Libros digitales para todos. Martin Kalfatovic (Smithsonian Institution).
Round Tables:
EPUB4: Engineering the networked experience. Bill McCoy (IDPF).

Evening
Books in Browsers. Brewster Kahle (Internet Archive).


Friday

Morning session 1
Honey to Bees. Eli James (Pandamian).
The Beauty of Web-first Workflows. Hugh McGuire (Bookoven).
Adaptive Web Design. Pablo Defendini (Open Road Media).

Morning session 2
Self-publishing tools and platforms. Miral Sattar (BiblioCrunch).
It may be a mob, but it’s my mob. Richard Nash (Cursor Books).
Crowdsourcing Enhanced Ebooks. Ricky Wong (Mobnotate).

Morning session 3
Digital books: a new chapter for reader privacy. Nicole Ozer (ACLU)
Owning and owing: balancing reader privacy and ebook business models. Jason Schultz (EFF)

Afternoon session 1
Books as Data. James Bridle (Booktwo/STML).
Unlocking stories. Valla Vakili (Smalldemons).
Beyond the Encyclopedia: Non-linear reference works. Gordon Mohr (Infinithree).

Afternoon session 2
COMA Voyager. Toshiaki Koike, Daihei Shiohama (Voyager Japan).Shared Canvas. Rob Sanderson (LANL) and Benjamin Albritton (Stanford Univ.)
Beautiful Art (Books). Greg Albers (Hol Art Books).

Afternoon session 3
Competing in an Unpredictable World. Kassia Krozser (Booksquare).
Personalization in Transmedia Storytelling. Kevin Franco (Enthrill).

Finale
The opportunity in Abundance. Brian O’Leary (Magellan Media Partners).


Pages 233
Language English
Collection internetarchivepresents

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